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Salem (Salem, Virginia)

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  • Dr. Peter O. Kwiterovich Jr., expert on lipid disorders

    Dr. Peter O. Kwiterovich Jr., expert on lipid disorders
    Dr. Peter O. Kwiterovich Jr., an internationally known expert on lipid disorders who was the founder and director of the Johns Hopkins Lipid Clinic and was an early advocate for routine cholesterol screening in children, died Friday of prostate cancer...
  • Virginia's local craft beer industry on the rise

    Virginia's local craft beer industry on the rise
    Virginia has become a magnet for the craft beer industry, according to the Virginia Tourism Corporation. The state now has 82 breweries with more opening every year, says the state agency, which has designated August as Virginia Craft Beer Month. A...
  • Virginia cabinet officials visiting VA hospitals

    Virginia cabinet officials visiting VA hospitals
    — Gov. Terry McAuliffe has enlisted two cabinet members to explore ways the state can help Veterans Affairs medical centers in Virginia, two of which have longer-than-desired wait times. Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs John C. Harvey Jr....
  • Fab 15: Josh Sweat heads the class of 2015 football recruits in Virginia

    Fab 15: Josh Sweat heads the class of 2015 football recruits in Virginia
    Every July, Norm Wood ranks the top 15 high school football recruits in the state. 1. Josh Sweat | DE High school: Oscar Smith (Chesapeake) Height/Weight: 6-foot-5/240 pounds College situation: You name the big-time Division I program, he probably...
  • Wednesday's college and local roundup: ODU picked fifth in Conference USA East for football; Phoebus Senior LL team reaches finals

    Colleges: Football: Old Dominion, entering its first Conference USA season, was picked to finish fifth in the East Division. Marshall was picked to win the East, while North Texas was picked to win the West. The voting was conducted by the league’...
  • Police identify Virginia Tech shooter

    Police identify Virginia Tech shooter
    Friday recap: Virginia State Police have identified the gunman who they say killed a Virginia Tech police officer and himself Thursday. Investigators say Ross Truett Ashley of Radford shot and killed officer Deriek Crouse, and then took his own life....
  • Friday's multi-sport college roundup: King's Fork DB Miskel chooses ODU

    Colleges: Football: Rising senior Kane Miskel of King’s Fork High committed to Old Dominion, VirginiaPreps.com reported. The 6-foot-2 athlete from Suffolk became the third Hampton Roads defensive back in the Class of 2015 to choose the...
  • Virginia lawmakers back VA reforms

    Virginia lawmakers back VA reforms
    Showing rare bipartisan spirit, Congress is advancing legislation to address veterans' health care in the wake of Monday's report that highlighted problems in Virginia and around the country. In the House on Tuesday, members voted 421-0 to allow...
  • Late Friday UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Baseball State semifinals: Group 4A (at Liberty University): Millbrook 10, Grafton 3 Hanover 6, Sherando 2 Group 3A (at Liberty University): Loudoun Valley 3, William Byrd 1 Poquoson 6, Tunstall 0 Group 2A (at Kiwanis Park in Salem): Virginia High of...
  • Watch: Restored 'Texas Chain Saw Massacre' Gets Trailer

    A new generation of moviegoers get to be scared by "Texas Chain Saw Massacre" on the big screen forty years after its original release, and the trailer for the restored horror movie hit the web this week. In celebration of the 1974 horror classic's...
  • Dr. Edwin G. Krebs dies at 91; Nobel laureate co-discovered fundamental cell processes

    Dr. Edwin G. Krebs dies at 91; Nobel laureate co-discovered fundamental cell processes
    Dr. Edwin G. Krebs, the University of Washington Nobel laureate who co-discovered the mechanism by which a wide variety of processes are turned on and off within cells and thereby led to an explosion of knowledge about how cells grow, change, divide and...